Assisting injured workers return to work and self-manage injuries and pain
Exercise advice for the management of injuries including rehab post surgery
Improve self-management of pain and return to meaningful activities
Workplace injury prevention and rehabilitation
Exercise advice for health and medical conditions
Our programs are centered around our client’s needs. We want to understand the impact pain and injury is having on our clients ability to engage in activities that are meaningful to them and work together to formulate a suitable plan to get back on track and improve overall quality of life.
Our goal is to empower our clients with the education, practical tools and strategies required to self-manage injuries, pain and health conditions.
Evidence based exercise advice and education for chronic pain, musculoskeletal injuries and chronic disease/health conditions.
Thanks so much for your patience, dedication and understanding throughout the whole rehabilitation process! Your professionalism combined with a smile have made it so achievable without feeling like too much “hard work”. The change you have made in my life is priceless.
I had tried so many different treatments and nothing helped my pain. In the program I have been able to slowly build up the use of my arm and have been able to return to activities which I previously couldn’t do because of pain. I still have pain but it is not as bad as before and I have managed to return to most of my activities that I was doing prior to my injury. Every now and then my pain flares up but I am able to cope better, my recovery time is quicker and I no longer stress about it.
It’s a lot about retraining the brain; I’m now more aware of my body and what muscles to use (and not use!!). I am more confident with movement and know what I can do to manage my injury.
It was good to have someone explain things to me, I am now more aware of the factors that contribute to my pain and what I can do to control the cycle.
The program teaches you how to help yourself.
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